Im asking this question again because it bothers me...
Hello everyone. I have some thoughts regarding the natural penis growth in men. It´s all related to genetics right? Our genetics tells how big our penises will be. This is always what everyone is saying - but here is the part that got me thinking. The process that gets the penis to grow are hormonal right? Hormones activate the growth of the penis.
Now listen to this - hormones are widely affected by what we eat as well as other factors out side of the body. I suffer from mild gynecomastia (i think), and everyone is saying that gynecomastia is the result of an imbalance in hormones.
So why are everyone saying that penis growth are related to genetics, but gynecomastia is related to hormones? I feel as if these “penis-growing-hormones” would be the same hormones that make your voice deep, give you a manly beard and an athletic lean body or (lack of) gives you gynecomastia.
I understand this probably is confusing, but could it be so that the men with the big penises had the best hormone levels aswell as genetics when growing up?
And some men had good genetics but perhaps had to much estrogen in their body due to eating alot of soy (for example) and therefore was cut short and didn´t develop their full potential penis, got some gyno and also did´nt get a very masculine body overall, like with beard and muscle and all that?
If anyone is an expert on hormones and how they relate to penis growth and other secondary male sexual characteristics, please educate me.